Lavishly illustrated, Integrated Landscaping: Following Nature's Lead features original photos, drawings, and sketches on almost every page to provide clear examples of the concepts presented.
The book also incorporates 12 plant-system models that help landscapers and gardeners apply the concepts of layering and visualize how plants can work together in a variety of different low- and high-stress settings.
Landscaping at the Water’s Edge is a manual for NH landowners and landscapers that covers the concepts and practices of ecological design for water quality protection in lakes, rivers, streams and coastal areas. Whether you are a property owner or a landscape professional, the decisions you make affect the water quality and health of New Hampshire's environment. An ecological approach to your landscape will enhance the beauty and functionality of your surroundings.
The Best Plants for New Hampshire Gardens and Landscapes - How to Choose Annuals, Perennials, Small Trees & Shrubs to Thrive in Your Garden uses the concept of habitat gardening to help gardeners and landscapers choose and care for plants in our unique New Hampshire environment.